September 28, 2020

How one act of kindness a day can change your life

Mark Kelly’s podcast What I Know Now introduces listeners to inspirational stories of leadership and personal development. Set up in 2016, guests discuss the good and bad of their journey to now and challenges interviewees to outline what they would tell their 18-year-old self if they could have a coffee with them today. Featuring polar explorers, elite runners, New York Times bestselling authors and motivational speakers it aims to put leadership coaching in easy reach of everyone. Building on his background in recruitment Kelly believes that finding your path in life needs an openness to learn and the help to get there. He wants to inspire people to achieve their life goals through the stories of those who are further along the road. He is a director of an award-winning recruitment company and has won several international awards on a personal basis, including being chosen from 27,000 entrants as the No 1 Recruiter Award at the 2012 Recruiter Awards. With an academic background in Business and a Masters in Strategic Management Planning from the Smurfit Business School he regularly hosts meet ups in Ireland and the UK. In this talk, he will explain how after meeting 5,000 people within recruitment and his podcast guests he has discovered just how powerfully random acts of kindness can impact on happiness, productivity and positive transformations in society. Mark Kelly’s podcast What I Know Now introduces listeners to inspirational stories of leadership and personal development. Set up in 2016, guests discuss the good and bad of their journey to now and challenges interviewees to outline what they would tell their 18-year-old self if they could have a coffee with them today. Featuring polar explorers, elite runners, New York Times bestselling authors and motivational speakers it aims to put leadership coaching in easy reach of everyone. Building on his background in recruitment Kelly believes that finding your path in life needs an openness to learn and the help to get there. He wants to inspire people to achieve their life goals through the stories of those who are further along the road. He is a director of an award-winning recruitment company and has won several international awards on a personal basis, including being chosen from 27,000 entrants as the No 1 Recruiter Award at the 2012 Recruiter Awards. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

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